After 30 years as a band Hanson can still bring fresh new ideas to their music. The release of their new single, “Write You A Song,” continues to build anticipation for the brothers’ new album. “This song is about holding on to the things that really matter in life, those simple daily moments that are precious and honest and go by so fast,” says Isaac Hanson of the song.
You can listen to “Write You A Song” here now. The music video will be premiering on CMT Monday, March 14. This is the second single Hanson has released from their upcoming album titled RED GREEN BLUE. The concept for this album is unique and something the band has never done before. Each of the three brothers are responsible for writing and producing one third of the album which is then combined into one amazing work of art. Taylor is responsible for RED, Isaac GREEN, and Zac’s BLUE. “Going into our 30th year as a band we felt like it was imperative we continue to tell our story like only we can . . . RED GREEN BLUE is about sharing what has made us a band that has been able to weather so many storms,” says Isaac.
Before the album is available each brother will be releasing a single. Earlier, Taylor’s “Child At Heart” song and video were announced; “Write You A Song” is Isaac’s; with Zac’s “Don’t Let Me Down” to be released April 15. You can watch the “Child At Heart” video below.
Hanson is also celebrating their 30th anniversary with a tour and the official Hanson Day 2022! Hanson Day will be an amazing weekend of exclusive streams and events. The event is set for May 12 through the 14 and will include a livestream concert event on May 13. Complete information and tickets can be found here.
The upcoming RED GREEN BLUE world tour will get underway on June 8 in Helsinki, Finland’s House of Culture. The North American dates, produced by Live Nation, will begin on July 12 at Houston, Texas House of Blues. All information about the tour can be found here.
Hanson’s album RED GREEN BLUE will be available May 20. Follow Nerds & Beyond to stay up to date!